Community Banking Confernece Looks To The Experience Of Nexbank President
The growth of community banks has recently been discussed at the 5th Annual Strategic Opportunities and M&A Conference from the Texas Bankers Association where industry leaders and financial experts came together to discuss how these areas of interest can assist Texas banking institutions. Nexbank President and CEO John Holt was added to a panel discussing the subject of “Reinventing Community Banking: Perspectives on Competing by Innovation” as the skills of the financial expert were sought to help the banking industry in Texas continue to find success.
Mergers and acquisitions strategies formed the basis of the discussion John Holt took part in as professionals from across the Texas banking industry came together to discuss how best to use their skills to better the industry as a whole; John Holt and his fellow panelists gave their views on how the use of branching can aid community banking growth as the industry moves forward through the 21st century.
Nexbank has been operating from its base in Dallas, Texas for a number of decades with its charter dating back to 1922; the bank has been in operation for both business and individual customers throughout that time and has consistently looked to grow for the future. The role of Nexbank has not been limited to operating in Texas with the professional banking and financial experts at the company looking to develop a presence across the U.S. through the use of the latest technology. In the 21st century Nexbank has looked to the investment banking and commercial mortgage sectors in a bid to keep the growth of the bank moving forward at every level.